Jamaica Thalawas team will not be seen playing in the 2024 season of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). In its place, a new franchise is going to be seen playing on the field in the next season. Jamaica Thalawas won the CPL title in the year 2022. Jamaica Thalawas team is not withdrawing from this tournament due to any rule of the tournament or any kind of ban, but the owner of this team has revealed that his manager informed that he is unable to run this team and Because of this he was forced to take this decision.
This franchise can replace Jamaica
In the next season of CPL, Antigua franchise can be seen playing in place of Jamaica Thalawas. According to a Cricbuzz report, Jamaica Thallaws owner Chris Persaud has said that the decision to withdraw the team from the tournament was taken because the management was unable to run the franchise without any problems. Because of this, we had to take the decision to sell the franchise Thalawaz back to CPL. In such a situation, in the 2024 season, Antigua Best franchise will take its place, the name of which has not been decided yet. Let us tell you that in the first two seasons of CPL, a franchise named Antigua Hawksbills has played in this tournament, whose performance was very poor.
The next season will also be played between 6 teams
The tournament of the next season of CPL, which will be played in the year 2024, will be played between only 6 teams, in which the team of Barbados, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago apart from Antigua and Baruda will be included. The 2025 season will see an increase in the number of franchises in CPL, in which the organizers of CPL have decided to increase it to seven or eight teams.
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